Analog Mixer

A traditional audio device that receives input from multiple microphones, line level devices, and other audio sources, and allows the user to route them to one or more output destination. The user can adjust equalization, gain, signal volume, and balance of each input before it combines the inputs and distributes it to one or more outputs. The primary difference between this and newer generation digital mixers, is the lack of on board processing in the form of effect units, gates, compression, various equalizers, and the ability to be controlled or programmed by companion computer software.

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